Listeria Alert: Do not eat this sausage meat raw

Listeria Alert: Do not eat this sausage meat raw

Raw sausage meat sold in a Leclerc de l’Oise would be contaminated with listeria. Discover the affected lots.

Be very careful if you have purchased sausage meat in the Oise. According to Rappel Conso, the sausage meat sold by the E.Leclerc Saint-Just-en-Chaussée is contaminated with listeria. TipsForWomens takes stock.

What are the references of the contaminated products?

According to the government website, the references of the products withdrawn from the market are:

  • Food / Meat Raw sausage meat
  • Brand: / Model or reference: Raw sausage meat
    • • Lot E404602578: carcass lot production on 02/23/2024 Use-by date 02/27/2024
  • Packaging: tray under film
  • Marketing date: 02/23/2024
  • End of marketing date: 02/27/2024
  • Storage temperature: Product to be stored in the refrigerator
  • Health mark: / Geographical sales area: entire Europe
  • Distributors: E.Leclerc Saint-Just-en-Chaussée

Listeria: what is the procedure to follow?

If you have this product, the government website Rappel Conso recommends not consuming it. You can return the product to your point of sale. A refund or exchange will then be offered to you as a form of compensation.

Furthermore, if you have consumed these products and symptoms appear (fever, body aches, headache), it is strongly recommended to consult your doctor without delay. As the Rappel Conso site reminds us, “Listeriosis is a disease that can be serious”. Hence the importance of consulting a health professional. The incubation period for listeriosis can be up to eight weeks.

As for pregnant women, they must be particularly vigilant. Serious forms with neurological complications and maternal or fetal damage can occur. Immunocompromised people and the elderly should also be alert to the symptoms of a listeria infection.

The recall procedure ends on April 4, 2024. A contact number has been set up: 03 44 78 78 11.